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Defense Attorneys Defending College Students Against Traffic Violation Charges

Serious Legal Consequences

A traffic violation may not seem like a serious legal matter. You may be tempted to pay a fine and forget about your traffic ticket. But the stakes may be higher than you realize.

At David G. Moore, Attorney at Law, our defense lawyers represent college students confronting traffic violations, and we help clients determine their legal options after a traffic stop. Contact our law office online to learn about your legal options, and how we can help you seek the most desirable resolution of your case.

Experienced Defense Against All Traffic Violations

With more than a decade of legal experience, we understand how to mount a defense against all traffic violation charges, including:

  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving without a license
  • Driving without insurance
  • Drunk driving/DUI
  • Other traffic violations

Should I Just Pay My Ticket?

It may be tempting to just pay your traffic ticket and forget about it. But remember: Paying a traffic ticket is an admission of guilt. Individuals who have had previous traffic violations should carefully consider whether they should pay a traffic ticket or fight it. That’s where our team comes in.

Our attorneys understand the potential effects of multiple traffic violations. College students who are repeat offenders may face the following:

  • Increased insurance premiums
  • Loss of driver’s license
  • Large fines
  • Possible jail time
  • Other penalties

When you come to our law office for a free consultation, we can review your charges, history of traffic violations and other details to advise you on a course of legal action.

Contact A Defense Lawyer For A Free Consultation

To schedule a free, confidential and no-obligation consultation at our law offices in Portage, please call 269-216-4573. You can also contact us online. We represent students at Western Michigan University, Grand Valley State University, Kalamazoo College and Davenport University, and other colleges in Michigan.